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How to add Pexels video to your typeform

Pexels is a public library of beautiful looped videos that you can use to bring your typeforms to life. You can choose how to display them, even using them as a background image for your questions.

1. Open your typeform, select or add a question where you want to add a video, then click the Add button, highlighted below: 

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2. Our media selection tool will open. Click Video, and the you can browse the Pexels video library by scrolling, or by typing into the search bar. 

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Search the Pexels library using keywords relevant to what you're looking for. If you don't find what you want immediately, try other similar words.

The previews are not animated - to see the video you need to add it to your form.

4. When you find a video you want, click it. It'll automatically load in your form, and you can drag the media gallery on the screen to get a full view:

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5. Exit the media gallery once you've picked a video you're happy with. Now, you can edit the layout and brightness of your Pexels video using the interface on the right: 

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6. You can always change your Pexels video in the Layout section, or remove/change it by clicking Change:

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Note! Pexels videos are silent - use them for illustration! If you want video with audio, use YouTube or Vimeo video, or embed a videoask.

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